A couple in Chicago bought a 19th-century church and turned it into a private home and event space for the community.
The couple opened the restaurant — known as Saint Emeric — to host dinners and shows three times per week with the help of a house chef. They also welcome visiting chefs to host a residency; the chefs can even sleep in a private room in the basement.
"We had that rolling pretty hot and heavy right up until the pandemic hit," Jacoby said.
However, Saint Emeric does not welcome walk-ins. To dine and enjoy a show at the restaurant, you have to sign up to the private club on their website to book a table, Jacoby said.
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